New Health Care Resource Link on Georgia Insurance Shop

If you need health care in Georgia it doesn’t matter if you live in Atlanta, Smyrna, Lawrenceville or Savannah. You need a resource for health care information and health insurance and we offer both at Georgia Insurance Shop.

Georgia Insurance Shop is a leading resource for information on health insurance for individuals and businesses. We have access to over 3500 health insurance plans that will fit almost ever budget and need.

Georgia insurance shop also has some of the best supplemental plans for those who cannot afford, or qualify for health insurance. Our Georgia Core Med is a value oriented plan of health insurance that does not ask any health questions or require a physical exam.

But we offer much more than just health insurance. We have links to more resources on health care than any other site we have encountered. Our Patient Charity page is one of the more popular ones on the web as a “one stop” place for information.

If you are looking for information on Georgia PeachCare for Kids, Medicaid or the Georgia assignment system for HIPAA eligible individuals, you will find information at Patient Charity.

Looking for affordable prescription drugs? There are plenty of resources including patient assistance programs and sources of low cost prescription drugs by mail.

Our Georgia Health Insurance Resource section has over 30 links to information on health care in Georgia and more are being added every day.

Today we will be adding a new resource for everyone, not just those in Georgia. My Medical Reports is one of the most extensive, yet easy to follow sites I have seen. If you are looking for information on specific medical conditions, or those affecting women’s health, pediatrics or sports Medicine, My Medical Reports should be researched.

Health care is important, but so is access to health care and a way to pay for the care you need. When looking for affordable health insurance in Georgia, we hope you will keep Georgia Insurance Shop in mind.

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